During 2004, however, the record company MFN collapsed and InMe were left without a label. They signed with V2 Records and created their own "Pandora's Box Records".
As of the 19 July, 2006, Joe Morgan ceased to play bass for InMe. He has been replaced by Dave's brother Greg McPherson. Joe has chosen to leave the band on good terms and to pursue a different career.
In the early days of Overgrown Eden, InMe were labelled by many as 'nu-metal', but upon the release of White Butterfly, it became clear that the band had matured. Early performances of tracks off of Daydream Anonymous have suggested to many that InMe may be heading back slightly towards the music heard in Overgrown Eden. It could be argued that InMe's music style on Daydream Anonymous is more progressive and technical.
The band released a double a-side download single "White Butterfly/Safe In A Room" on the 19 December, 2005 with a 5 track live EP. It can be purchased from the HMV download store, which turned up at #36 in the National download chart.
The album White Butterfly was written dedicated to James Austin, a friend of the group who met Joe during secondary school. James passed away six weeks before his 19th birthday in July 2002 after an accident on holiday with friends celebrating the end of A-Level exams. James is the reason behind the name white butterfly. When he was a child, he had once stroked a white butterfly's wing, he had always remind people that he was 'special' as it is obviously, for an encounter such as this, very rare indeed. It has been said that on several occasions after his passing when his family or friends thought or spoke of him, a white butterfly flew past, making them feel he was close.
In late 2007, members of the official InMe forum voted "Faster The Chase" as the best song that the band had ever recorded.
The album was a prelude to an eagerly awaited live DVD of the bands performance at the London Astoria at the same date, named "White Butterfly Caught Live", which was released on October 9 2006. On release, the demand was very high and prices rose quickly on both www.amazon.co.uk and www.play.com
"This is an official announcement to let you know that Joe will no longer be playing bass with InMe. He is going to pursue a different career and we wish him all the best. We have had 10 amazing years doing what we love together and we have no regrets. Good luck mate.
Si and I however will be continuing InMe and will be joined by Greg McPherson on bass duties. We will be playing all announced dates and we hope to hit you with some new music soon. Sir Joe Morgan, we salute you. Dave and Si. X"
In various interviews, InMe have confirmed that Joe Morgan went to university. One interview was conducted with 'Planet-Loud', whereby Dave discusses the line-up change, stating: "Joe wanted to go to uni before he misses the opportunity which we fully support. It's been on the cards for sometime and although it's sad to see him go Greg is the absolute bollocks".
It is splendid to be home, getting clean clothes and resting the ears and chilling with loved ones. But InMe's next move is already on the cards...more news soon.
I will be using this time off to continue writing InMe's 4th project which is going to be something very different and challenging. The heavy technical stuff is going to be elaborated on as well as the slower songs are going to be thought out very intimately. Obviously these are very early days but one may as well get cracking.
Dave has started playing a new InMe song acoustically on his solo shows together with his solo lead-guitarist Ben Konstantinovic who is also rumored to become the 4th member of InMe as Dave replied this on the InMe forum:
He will be my lead guitarist from now on...as for InMe... We may be making a few massive changes come summertime.
And when fans asked about a 2nd guitarist, Dave replied:
We will be considering a 2nd guitarist but have to make sure it works first.
Recently the album's tracklist was announced:
On August 20th 2008 a demo of 'Happy to Disappoint You' was added to InMe's official myspace page.
On the same day Dave announced on stage at the Carling Academy Birmingham that the new record will be more progressive, stating that the British scene recently lost the band SikTh and the new progression will hopefully help to fill the void.
On 18th September, Dave revealed thorugh his solo myspace that the 4th album will be titled Herald Moth. He also released a video blog on youtube where talking about the 4th opus.
On 19th September, Dave revealed that Herald Moth will be recorded at "Chapel Studios" where Overgrown Eden was recorded with the producer Ewan Davies who produced songs like Gelosea, Inside, The End, Your Pain, Angels With Snipers, Every Whisper Aches and more.
|Year||Song||UK Singles Chart||UK Download Chart||UK Rock Singles||Album|
|2003||"Crushed Like Fruit"||25||-||3||Overgrown Eden|
|2004||"Faster the Chase"||31||-||8||White Butterfly|
|2005||"7 Weeks"||36||36||10||White Butterfly|
|2005||"So You Know"||33||32||17||White Butterfly|
|2005||"Safe in a Room/White Butterfly"||-||36||38||White Butterfly|
|2007||"I Won't Let Go"||77||-||2||Daydream Anonymous|
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